This is my Pistol Wear PT-2 holster. It's designed for the gun to be carried on the front of the body, completely within the pouch and with the grip pointed up for easy access. It is also not sufficient to prevent an accidental trigger pull through the material so they recommend carrying without a round in the chamber. This was my solution to the two major flaws in the design of the PT-2. I molded this kydex insert to fit my Kahr CW9. It provides the trigger with sufficient protection and gives me the ability to cant the gun however I want. The material on the outside of the insert is non-slip rubber mesh that I adhered with a spray-on adhesive. The insert is placed into the PT-2 this way. I use a Velcro strip to keep the insert canted and fully to one side of the pouch. The other half of the pouch is left empty, although I could feasably carry spare magazines there if I wanted. Here, the gun is placed into the insert while it's in the pouch. The trigger is protected by the kydex and my body is protected by the pouch.